Regent Street, London
Being in London for Fashion Week is something I’ve been longing to experience for a long time. Although the expectations were high, LFW managed outdo them. So what were my expectations? Well, a lot of urban vibes in terms of fashion and street-style, bright colours and plenty of prints. But the shows managed to surprise me, I just love how the fashion reflects the cities spirit.
Diversity has always been something I truly love, unfortunately its a bit rare in Sweden (sorry my Scandi readers but I think you understand where I’m coming from) which makes it so refreshing seeing people being unfiltered and open, they don’t do ‘lagom’, a word in Swedish that means not too much nor too little – the perfect amount.
It would probably make more to show you what I wore the first day of LFW, but my excitement for these photos and the look were too high to wait. Yesterday, after a lovely breakfast with a couple friend, my friend Payzee and I walked down to Regent Street to shoot. We were looking a iconic London environment, what’s more perfect than Regent Street with old red London busses passing by?
As for my look, a classic monochrome look toppen with a touch of roar from the Swedish designer Anna-Karin Karlsson. Surely, you seen her amazing design of people such as Lady Gaga, Bea Åkerlund and Jelena Karleuša. Anna-Karin sunnies oozes confidence, personality and takes whatever you’re wearing to a new level of high. Although my style is minimalistic I truly enjoy adding details that reflect my personality. After all, thats what person style is about. Don’t you think? If you haven’t seen her latest collection, make sure to check it out here.
I was wearing
Zara top – similar here & top
H&M skirt (old) – similar here & here
Acne biker jacket – here & here
Zara sneakers – similar here & here
Anna-Karin Karlsson sunglasses – here & here
Givenchy bag – here & here
Photos by: Fetish For Fine Fabrics , edited by me